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  • BA (Hons) Journalism student, Reagan Yip receiving award for Best Student Photographer at SPANC 23

    BA (Hons) Journalism 3rd year student, Reagan Yip picked up the prize for Best Student Photographer at this month’s SPANC 23

  • NTU arts & humanities graduate George White at Benjamin Franklin House Literary Prize award ceremony

    NTU MA Magazine Journalism graduate and LeftLion editor, George White picks up second place in the Benjamin Franklin House Literary Prize

  • Stormsaver team and Matthew Hull with Placement Student of the Year and Placement Provider of the Year awards

    On Tuesday 17 January 2023, colleagues were joined by students and employers in the iconic Courtroom, 50 Shakespeare Street, for the latest edition of the Year in Industry Placement Awards.

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    Language and Memory conference

    20 December 2022

    Language and Memory: call for papers

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    NTU History Students hear from Holocaust and Rwandan genocide survivors, and visit brand new Holocaust Galleries at the Imperial War Museum London/”Seeing Auschwitz” Exhibition

  • NTU Alum, Cressida Laywood, receiving Nottingham Award 2022

    Cressida Laywood, NTU alum and voluntary-sector champion, has won a Nottingham Award at the annual Goose Fair Dinner for her exceptional fundraising efforts and contributions to the charity sector.

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    Researchers to examine and digitise rare fifteenth century royal genealogical roll

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    Roundtable: Engaging with Language as Heritage

  • Sharon Monteith

    Sharon Monteith, Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Cultural History has won the C. Hugh Holman award for her book SNCC's Stories: The African American Freedom Movement in the Civil Rights South

  • The garden at Middle Street Resource Centre

    The experiences and memories of Nottinghamshire residents who have been supported by Middle Street Resource Centre (MSRC) are to be collected as part of a heritage project to mark 50 years of the Centre.